Stimulation of correspondence points:
Moxa : Moxa is the most ancient form of stimulation of correspondence points. The utilization of moxa treatment allows entering heat into correspondence points and initiation of movment of stagnated energy.
Needles: The classic and most accurate way to approach “blocked” correspondence point is by needles. The perpendicular needle opens the blocked area and allows harmonization of the correspondence point and hence the whole body.
Seed therapy: Stimulation of blocked energy points can be utilized by seeds. Plant seeds conserve a tremendous amount of energy, with just a bit of water and sun’ even the smallest seed can become a magnificent tree. This life energy is used in order to balance blocked energy point. The treatment by seed therapy is highly recommended to be used by the patient at home for at least 2 weeks. Correspondence points are the same as mentioned above.Fenugreek seeds (trigonella foenum graecum) are high in soluble fibre, which helps lower blood sugar by slowing down digestion and absorption of carbohydrates. This suggests they may be effective in treating people with diabetes. Multiple studies have been carried out to investigate the potential anti-diabetic benefits of fenugreek. Of these, several clinical trials showed that fenugreek seeds can improve most metabolic symptoms associated with both type 1 and type 2 diabetes in humans by lowering blood glucose levels and improving glucose tolerance.
Color therapy and light therapy: Among the many techniques used in Su Jok therapy the greatest interest among physicians, patients is to find non-invasive, painless ways to stimulate the points and areas of correspondence. These requirements are met by the use of color-and light therapy. The particles of light, made of photons express Neutro properties. Therefore, light treatment is painless and not only aesthetic, but also highly efficient, especially when a complex disease, endocrine and psycho-emotional disorders. The use of colors can be used by the fundamental laws of Triorigin or by 6 ki theory.The retinal photoreceptors (cones) are the units that distinguish color. Cones can be divided into three types according to their contained pigment. The cones of each type perceive one original color: red, green, or blue, and the brain produce an additive color synthesis, creating different shades by mixing the three primary colors. The three basic colors - red (Hetero), blue (Homo) and green (Neutro).Example for the use of these colors by Triorigin theory will be Red (Hetero) for notification, Blue (Homo) for sedation and Green (Neutro) for harmonization.